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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: It is a custom tank,all glass. I have a wet dry filtration system and a protein skimmer. Water heater and uv sterilizer. Still adding Equipment!!!
Advice: If you live in South Florida you gotta visit the best for all your fish needs... Fish Of Eden!!!! From beautiful corals to a huge selection of fish and all the way to all your fish supply needs, they got it all!!!! Top it off with the most experienced staff and you got South Florida's #1 fish store around!!!
Fish Kept: Yellowfin tang, purple queen anthias,sebae clownfish, 2 chromis, diamond gobby, 1 peppermint shirmp, 3 sand shifting stars, serpant star, assorted snails and crabs.
Corals/Plants: Toadstool Leather, Frogspawn, Orange Polyps, Huge Anename, xenias,yellow polyps, multi colored ricordia, and purple mushrooms
Tank Size: 90 gallons
About Yourself: I been a fanatic of the ocean since I can remember! Recently I got my own place and one my first upgrades to my house was my tank. Now im looking for a 500 gallon wich will be on my only other available wall in the house and will only be live rock and a semi agressive fish tank

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i like the simplicity of your tank,very zen like. fish avatar

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